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Azulejo Tile Murals and Portuguese Public Art

Azulejo Tile Murals and Portuguese Public Art

Azulejo, painted tin-glazed ceramic tilework, on the facade of the church. In the middle of January 2019, my family and I went to Portugal for two weeks. We fell in love with the county’s beautiful people, food, weather and of course, art, architecture and history. Azulejo facade, Lisbon, Portugal Most houses are covered with glazed, ceramic tiles, called azulejo. From churches and palaces to apartment buildings are decorated with them. Azulejos, Lisbon, Portugal Mostly, azulejo has blue tones. Azulejos, Lisbon, Portugal From decorative ornamental tiles, that are covering whole walls, to intricate tile murals that depict some historical plots, azulejo turn the streets of Portuguese cities into outdoor museums. Lisbon, Portugal The unfortunate side of Portuguese street views is graffiti. Tags and graffiti are everywhere. The main streets and squares, government building, museums are all covered with this unfortunate ugliness. Lisbon, Portugal Modern public art and murals in Lisbon. Red shingle roofs of Lisbon, Portugal. Alfama, Lisbon, Portugal Aveiro, Portugal Aveiro, Portugal Another interesting and beautiful part of every city decor in Portugal are the sidewalks laid with pebble stones. They often are laid in some designs and ornaments. Tile mural, Aveiro, Portugal Tile mural, Aveiro, Portugal Tile mural, Aveiro, PortugRal Relief mural in Aveiro, Portugal Coimbra, Portugal Beautiful Douro river in Porto, Portugal Porto. Portugal Igreja de Santo António dos Congregados and Porto’s train station, Sao Bento. 19th-century railway station noted for its elaborate azulejo tilework in the main vestibule. There are approximately 20,000 azulejo tiles, dating from 1905–1916, that were composed by Jorge Colaço, an important painter of the time. _______________ Modern tile mural in Porto, Portugal Tile mural by Joana Vasconcelos in Porto, Portugal ________________ Portugal / 2019...
The creation of the mural “Viva Colorado”

The creation of the mural “Viva Colorado”

“Viva Colorado” is my first mural in the city of Denver. It was created during three weeks in September – October of 2016. Mural was created by Yulia Avgustinovich, Nick Angelo and the help of Josh Williams. You can see the pictures of the finished mural here> The design of the mural and it’s theme you can see here> __________________________ September-October 2016/ Denver CO...
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